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Golf

The Four Star Great Northern Hotel Golf and Leisure Club are situated on the golf course, offering a golfer’s paradise! We have a selection of Luxury Golf Breaks running throughout the year.

Bundoran Golf Club, Donegal -The Hidden Gem of the North West is an 18 hole Championship Course situated on the stunning North-West Atlantic coastline. It is a combination of both inland and pure links golf which represents a challenging but fair test of golf for all levels of player.

The golf course was established in 1894 making it one the oldest golf courses in Ireland with this long history Bundoran Golf Club had played a prominent role in Irish Golf. In 1927 they brought Harry Vardon, one of the world-renowned course designers, to make the necessary alterations in order to establish Bundoran as a championship type venue. This objective was achieved in 1930 with the first professional tournament being played over 72 holes.

Bundoran Golf Club further came into prominence when the world-renowned Christy O Connor Senior became the associated golf professional from 1951-1957. O’Connor was a member of ten Ryder Cup Teams and won many individual events across the world, including the first £1000 prize in Europe at the Swallow Penfold Tournament and the first £10,000 prize at the Dunlop Masters.

At Bundoran Golf Club we offer many services, which should cover the needs of the modern day golfer. Lessons and Golf Clinics are available on request.
We would encourage hotel guests to play our course. It is the perfect way to spend a day playing golf and enjoying the special views we have around the roughey course. Bundoran Golf Club is still holding major events with the most prominent being the West Coast Challenge which attracts visitors from near and as far as the United States of America and Europe. It is regarded as one or the Premier Amateur Gold Events in Ireland.

Whether you are travelling as a group or individually please don’t hesitate to contact us with your requirements.